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Dolphins Set to Induct 6 Into Walk of Fame

The Miami Dolphins announced yesterday the six former players who will be inducted into the "Walk of Fame" the team created last year outside Gate C of Sun Life Stadium. These six players will recognize the "Unsung Heroes" of the Dolphins franchise.

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The Miami Dolphins have announced the second induction class into the team's "Walk of Fame" in the Joe Robbie Alumni Plaza at Sun Life Stadium. The plaza was dedicated last year with the induction of former owner Joe Robbie, along with the reinstallation of Robbie's statue. Along with the former owner, Hall of Famers Don Shula, Nick Buoniconti, Larry Czonka, Bob Griese, Paul Warfield, Jim Langer, Larry Little, Dwight Stephenson, and Dan Marino were all inducted into the Walk of Fame.

In an 11:30pm Eastern Sunday ceremony outside Gate C of Sun Life Stadium, the Dolphins will recognize the "Unsung Heroes" of the franchise with the inductions of linebacker A.J. Duhe, wide receiver Nat Moore, defensive lineman Manny Fernandez, quarterback Earl Morrall, quarterback Don Strock, and defensive tackle Tim Bowens.

The Dolphins play the Jacksonville Jaguars this weekend. The team will also recognize the 40th anniversary of the team's 1972 Undefeated Season, the only team to win a Super Bowl without losing a game all year.

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